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2020, vol. 22, br. 3, str. 209-219
Ponovno sagledavanje hipoteze o rastu na osnovu stranih direktnih investicija i izvoza u zemljama ASEAN+3
aChung Yuan Christian University, College of Business, Department of International Business, Taoyuan City, Taiwan
bChung Yuan Christian University, College of Business, Department of International Business, Taoyuan City, Taiwan + Satya Wacana Christian University, Faculty of Economics and Business, Department of Economics, Salatiga, Indonesia

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Ključne reči: ASEAN+3; strane direktne investicije; izvoz; rast; panel podaci
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U ovom radu se istražuju efekti stranih direktnih investicija (SDI) i izvoza na ekonomski rast u zemljama Saveza nacija jugoistočne Azije plus tri (ASEAN+3). U radu su analizirani panel podaci, za ukupno 13 zemalja, tokom perioda 2008-2018. Na osnovu rezultata dobijenih primenom testa Lagranžovog množioca (LM), zaključuje se da podaci odgovaraju modelu nasumičnih efekata. Slično tome, Valdov test ne ukazuje na postojanje problema endogenosti u samom modelu. Rezultati Hausmanovog i Čauovog testa, takođe, pokazuju da model nasumičnih efekata predstavlja najefektivniji model za opisivanje učinaka stranih direktnih investicija i izvoza za rast. Rezultati dokazuju da strane direktne investicije pozitivno utiču na ekonomski rast. Dodajmo tome i to da izvoz, takođe, ima pozitivan i značajan učinak na ekonomski rast. U suštini, ovaj rad, iskustveno, potvrđuje rast zasnovan na stranim direktnim investicijama i izvozu. Zaključujemo da nalazi do kojih se u radu došlo ukazuju na činjenicu da su strane direktne investicije i izvoz od značaja za podsticanje ekonomskog rasta zemalja saveza ASEAN+3. Region ASEAN+3 i nadalje ostaje privlačna destinacija za međunarodne kompanije širom sveta, kada su u pitanju strane direktne investicije i trgovina.
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DOI: 10.5937/ekonhor2003209L
primljen: 01.11.2020.
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